Escuela Nacional de Experimentacion y Realizacion Cinematografica (ENERC)

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Average Rating
★★★★★
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Direction
Moreno 1199
Buenos Aires, Capital Federal CP 1091
Argentina

Tel. +54 11 4383-2622 / (+5411) 4383-6432
Email. via the contact form
Web. www.enerc.gov.ar

Are foreign students accepted?
Yes

Courses Offered
Diploma (3 Years+), Short Professional Courses,

Majors/Specialisms
Directing (Fiction), Directing (Documentary), Cinematography, Editing, Producing (Film), Screenwriting, Sound Design, Sound Recording,

Camera Formats Used
MiniDV, Pro DV (DVCAM/DVCPRO), Pro HD (HDCAM/XDCAM), Film (16mm), Film (35mm),

Post-Production Systems Used
Apple Final Cut Pro,

Average Age of Equipment
Not Known


Reviews of Escuela Nacional de Experimentacion y Realizacion Cinematografica (ENERC)

★★★★★
Kevin Perelman Former Student, 02-May-2019
This school gives their students everything they need to start working in the film industry. It´s free, but has a triple entry exam where only 70 students are accepted, from more than 1000 that try to get in. Excellent professors, updated filmmaking equipment and the best surroundings needed to learn everything about movies. It has 7 specialties: Directing, Screenwriting, Cinematography, Production, Sound, Editing and Art.
★★★★★
Pepe Peralta Former Student, 21-Jun-2012
Ok, this may not be the best film school on the planet! But consider it is a State financed school (there is no tuition), only grants access to a very limited amount of students after a very tough selection process; and that it has a very intensive curricula. I've studied cinematography, being most of the three years in the set, shooting, lighting, setting the camera, once and again, and again, and yet again. With a staff of very dedicated professors making sure you think what your doing, not just imitating procedures, but learning the foundations behind what you are doing, and why you are doing it!

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Poor - but beggars can't be choosers.

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Dire - don't waste your time!

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Unrated - the jury is still out

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